Digital Archiving Resources

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What is an Archive?

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Archives are collections of primary sources, cataloged and grouped for the purpose of preserving and making accessible the records of society’s…

Planning, Building, and Curation

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Archives may represent any number or size collection and institution. These different types of archives may include governmental, non-selective…

Ethics, Privacy, Copyright, and Legislation

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This collection represents the delicate balance digital archivists seek when designing an archive that preserves and provides access, while also…

Preservation Issues

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Preservation in the archive involves the process of historical representation and connotes security, safety, and assurance that the collections will…

Teaching Strategies

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Items in this collection pertain to the ways one can use digital archives to teach digital humanities or related subjects. Specific pedagogies…

Personal Archiving

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Individual, family, and community histories are increasingly being documented and preserved on the Internet through a wide array of social media,…

Digital Humanities

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Digital archiving is gaining increased attention by both the general public and the scholarly community. The proliferation of digital content through…

Web Archiving

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In 2003, the Library of Congress and the national libraries of Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, England and other countries formed the…

Public Participation and Memory

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Public interest in accessing and archiving digital audio and visual collections is finding support and expression in digital archives, digital…